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Latin pop

Most popular artists in Latin pop

This chart is based on the monthly listeners metric for all artists tagged with the genre latin pop by Spotify. It may contain some errors or some data may not be up to date. You can check the artist profile to update data if necessary.

# Artist Monthly Listeners Followers
1
67,433,594
33,543,427
2
43,694,137
33,991,387
3
38,856,201
13,762,458
4
31,604,836
14,825,009
5
27,878,925
10,982,198
6
24,441,167
22,606,584
7
24,350,966
21,378,048
8
22,680,382
19,016,473
9
21,976,447
10,520,323
10
20,053,443
8,177,478
11
19,101,144
8,808,047
12
18,466,060
4,794,288
13
18,416,470
15,929,123
14
18,416,136
6,103,805
15
17,631,035
2,412,211
16
17,576,281
8,068,278
17
17,015,511
11,102,044
18
16,750,942
7,854,126
19
15,816,313
7,542,593
20
14,892,082
4,195,083
21
14,704,844
7,562,827
22
14,453,891
10,221,157
23
13,995,195
4,546,944
24
13,934,934
9,075,368
25
13,532,848
8,002,195
26
13,248,387
5,024,509
27
12,682,934
7,497,280
28
11,955,269
2,179,934
29
11,848,654
8,823,255
30
11,691,063
4,324,205
31
11,571,937
2,859,102
32
11,472,483
5,093,715
33
11,414,093
9,703,203
34
10,840,469
3,875,847
35
10,824,881
37,150
36
10,605,024
7,144,723
37
10,023,919
4,524,311
38
9,912,965
3,029,582
39
9,882,546
4,305,984
40
9,819,639
8,695,274
41
9,581,472
6,101,769
42
9,503,552
4,977,539
43
9,400,140
4,554,591
44
9,180,699
6,719,937
45
9,081,232
4,566,903
46
9,011,872
1,592,597
47
8,877,063
1,631,275
48
8,639,352
5,361,991
49
8,627,907
3,213,836
50
8,512,696
8,432,831
51
8,278,083
2,773,056
52
8,210,330
12,734,455
53
7,983,273
2,886,078
54
7,837,715
5,045,617
55
7,658,278
4,569,179
56
7,638,432
4,463,949
57
7,536,017
3,523,738
58
7,340,591
5,375,077
59
7,339,194
3,103,216
60
7,261,563
1,818,666
61
7,202,559
1,593,144
62
7,166,673
3,920,364
63
7,079,239
2,888,335
64
6,996,978
1,836,885
65
6,923,626
2,078,338
66
6,802,579
3,064,800
67
6,793,844
3,020,504
68
6,673,031
6,340,160
69
6,292,535
3,008,829
70
6,243,464
9,423,875
71
6,094,029
2,772,111
72
5,977,081
1,827,907
73
5,931,030
458,654
74
5,840,617
1,742,670
75
5,752,539
3,794,970
76
5,736,800
1,876,680
77
5,680,854
1,136,635
78
5,501,696
2,132,186
79
5,487,558
7,558,981
80
5,442,184
1,990,249
81
5,265,437
5,398,267
82
5,259,232
3,092,508
83
5,078,420
2,471,745
84
5,056,450
3,001,619
85
5,006,710
119,322
86
4,956,961
1,531,358
87
4,933,829
2,469,742
88
4,931,510
1,574,036
89
4,893,073
1,143,170
90
4,830,849
2,207,932
91
4,799,463
1,022,508
92
4,797,909
1,564,931
93
4,693,213
2,468,899
94
4,653,893
759,667
95
4,431,997
1,203,539
96
4,301,984
1,551,909
97
4,220,751
2,220,698
98
4,191,269
402,259
99
4,179,737
891,439
100
4,177,210
1,068,416
101
4,159,737
765,551
102
4,127,332
777,066
103
4,049,946
1,956,931
104
3,964,991
100,949
105
3,920,537
2,855,062
106
3,829,292
1,931,355
107
3,801,974
4,236,248
108
3,795,796
2,462,991
109
3,777,292
3,168,911
110
3,699,715
1,851,436
111
3,631,850
1,715,078
112
3,449,426
1,717,256
113
3,410,783
1,154,554
114
3,279,471
1,164,211
115
3,199,117
1,538,412
116
2,958,686
2,249,474
117
2,889,281
969,434
118
2,646,771
1,681,066
119
2,613,157
1,707,205
120
2,596,763
991,869
121
2,578,959
739,522
122
2,556,563
265,305
123
2,458,599
2,671,213
124
2,429,317
1,214,168
125
2,414,862
1,154,805
126
2,402,786
860,354
127
2,353,129
873,470
128
2,333,580
2,151,413
129
2,316,738
325,760
130
2,225,369
1,337,367
131
2,114,642
1,307,184
132
2,106,022
1,255,755
133
2,104,056
1,393,026
134
2,070,994
1,015,705
135
2,037,196
317,135
136
1,979,305
578,154
137
1,971,672
839,434
138
1,964,668
931,982
139
1,888,384
734,881
140
1,833,129
1,643,375
141
1,812,966
1,141,927
142
1,784,006
1,884,028
143
1,633,462
1,181,308
144
1,614,727
661,965
145
1,594,842
1,524,398
146
1,545,238
810,379
147
1,520,136
1,101,405
148
1,502,295
655,758
149
1,502,207
337,511
150
Calo
1,450,982
493,707
151
1,340,992
669,390
152
Isabel Pantoja
1,304,411
1,002,657
153
1,291,454
950,099
154
1,273,080
740,249
155
1,268,782
1,435,075
156
1,188,134
788,829
157
1,115,563
29,719
158
Amistades Peligrosas
1,010,753
354,863
159
Sentidos Opuestos
1,004,189
1,051,459
160
Armando Manzanero
981,142
748,740
161
Menudo
946,686
466,383
162
Pilar Montenegro
938,583
218,864
163
LU
855,926
483,526
164
Erik Rubin
775,097
320,478
165
Marco di Mauro
729,316
437,571
166
MDO
702,716
341,909
167
Ella Baila Sola
627,684
421,412
168
Amaia Montero
573,622
1,244,877
169
Beto Cuevas
565,666
305,217
170
Nikki Clan
560,175
397,926
171
Chenoa
517,109
425,619
172
Matt Hunter
460,105
69,367
173
Ana Guerra
437,306
517,980
174
Nicho Hinojosa
414,151
361,741
175
Ednita Nazario
411,793
360,952
176
Alex Cuba
402,901
52,149
177
JENCARLOS
389,689
239,786
178
Noel Schajris
351,335
1,145,254
179
Mercurio
327,430
201,134
180
Draco Rosa
310,910
139,953
181
Chyno Miranda
309,531
1,647,459
182
Pablo Montero
247,246
449,118
183
Kika Edgar
186,471
347,775
184
Mane de la Parra
164,400
188,590
185
Gemeliers
122,744
134,766
186
Raquel Sofía
77,584
33,904
187
Cristian
15,949
885,470
188
Naela
1,225
9,437

Some info about latin pop

Latin pop, also known as pop latino, is a buzzling genre characterized by its diverse blend of sounds that echo the rich musical heritage of several Latin American countries. It is an incandescent genre that has garnered global popularity due to its rhythmic energy, versatile melodies, and multifaceted themes.

The birth of Latin pop can be traced back to the 1980s and 1990s, effectively marrying traditional Latin styles with the mainstream pop. However, the roots of Latin pop stretch back much further, incorporating elements of several Latin music styles like salsa, merengue, flamenco, and tango, to name a few. By infusing this rich tapestry with the familiar pop format, Latin pop offered an accessible entry point for international audiences to experience Latin music.

Among the early pioneers of the genre, you'll find stars like Gloria Estefan and Julio Iglesias -- artists who truly broke ground in making the genre globally popular. However, it was the crossover commercial successes of the late 90s, embodied by artists like Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, and Enrique Iglesias, that catapulted Latin pop onto the global stage. Their infectious tunes, paired with lively performances, swept up audiences worldwide and established Latin pop as a force to be reckoned with in the international music circuit.

Latin pop predominantly enjoys popularity within Latin America - places like Puerto Rico, Colombia, Mexico, and Cuba, just to name a few. Nevertheless, its irresistible rhythm and melody have caught on in non-Spanish speaking countries. This genre's widespread recognition is seen in the United States and several European nations like Spain, France, Italy, and even in non-typical markets like the United Kingdom, further solidifying its status as a definitive global music genre.

One of the defining facets of Latin pop is its flair for diversity and inclusivity. The genre effortlessly weaves various kinds of music rhythms from different Latin cultures, producing not just a single, uniform sound but a vibrant, colourful soundscape that represents its multicultural roots. More recently, it has shown its adaptability by blending with contemporary music styles like reggaeton, R&B, and electronic music, further diversifying its range.

Current Latin pop artists like Luis Fonsi, Maluma, Camila Cabello, Bad Bunny and J Balvin continue to push the genre's boundaries, integrating modern influences while retaining its traditional roots, helping to ensure Latin pop's relevance in today's dynamic music scene. A brilliant example of this was Luis Fonsi's Despacito, a song that broke global records and became a representative anthem for Latin pop music worldwide, garnering billions of views.

As a genre, Latin pop is more than just music - it is a representation of Latin culture and identity. It showcases the vibrant, passionate Latin spirit through its upbeat melodies, intricate rhythms, and heartfelt lyrics. For music enthusiasts, whether you've been a long-time fan or are discovering it for the first time, the multifaceted Latin pop genre offers a lively, enriching music experience that transcends boundaries and brings people from all walks of life together.